The PCD (Photo CD) image file format was originally developed by Kodak for storing photos on compact discs. The PCD extension is associated with photos scanned using Kodak equipment, including a 24-bit color format. Though the PCD format failed to become widely popular, it continues to be used by professional photographers because it provides high quality film scans. PCDs can ensure a high degree of accuracy in rendering image details in scanned film negatives and transparencies or diapositives.
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